Born in the UK, my professional career started as a nurse in a busy accident and emergency unit in Canterbury, Kent. During this time I did trauma counseling with patients and staff alike. After living in Saudi Arabia for 5 years working in a clinic attached to the US Embassy and an International School, I came back to the University of Kent to study Sports Science and Education, specializing in Sport Psychology. With a young family to look after, I taught in state and private schools and particularly helped students who suffered from exam nerves and stress. After my family had grown I then went back to University in Greenwich, London, to do postgraduate studies as an instructor in Basic and Advanced Life Support Training, First Aid, and Health and Safety.
I moved to Dubai in 2008 and worked as Group Health and Safety Manager for Fitness First where I offered training, support, and counseling for the trainers and other staff who were away from their home countries for the first time. I am a Medical Trainer for World Rugby, give lectures and conduct conference workshops for Dentists in Dental Medical Emergencies, as well as doing life support training for medical professionals. I also help with various sports and social groups. A dedicated life-long learner, I studied for a Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy and am a Registered Practitioner with the UK General Hypnotherapy Standards Council. I feel I am now consolidating my wealth of experience to help people get their lives back on track.
I love what I do and know I can really help make a difference to those who have lost their way in life or are held back by unwanted fears, phobias, habits, and behaviors.